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Hanover Insurance Group logo on the website homepage The Coalition contends that its liability policies with The Hanover and Travelers provide coverage for the claims asserted in the state’s lawsuits, as well as the nonprofit organization’s legal fees. (Photo: The Hanover)

The Florida Coalition Against Domestic Violence is suing two insurers, asking a court to force the companies to cover costs resulting from state lawsuits against the embattled domestic-violence agency because of allegedly “exorbitant” executive compensation.

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